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When I installed Snow on my new HDD i didn't have iLife because the po of my computer didn't include install discs. I currently have Aperture 3 to replace iphoto but I have heard iPhoto would be good to have to use with with aperture. I have picasa as well and was wondering if it would be smart to spend almost all my remaining app store credit on iphoto. THanks for the advice.
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